The grants, which will be in individual amounts of $5000 or $10,000, have been made achievable by the Department of Leading and Cupboard by Arts SA.

Fringe director Heather Croall said the grants would guide artists and producers to rebuild from the impact of COVID-19 and lower the money challenges of establishing and presenting get the job done upcoming 12 months.

“Adelaide Fringe is so significant for artists, audiences and corporations of SA,” Ms Croall said.

“These grants will help to guarantee that we can supply a COVID-safe and sound festival in these extremely unsure situations.

“The ecosystem of Fringe produces alternatives for a lot of across Adelaide and SA, and these grants will help retain Fringe sturdy for 2021 and beyond.”

Leading Steven Marshall said the Fringe produces hundreds of work opportunities and generates sizeable economic expenditure across the condition.

“It has been a tricky 12 months for all of our artists, and we glance ahead to viewing wonderful reveals across the Fringe landscape in a lot of city, suburban and regional venues,” Mr Marshall said.

Grant apps for SA artists and producers close on Oct 21. Apps will be assessed on a rolling basis right up until resources are fatigued.

Artist registrations for the Fringe, which runs from February 19 to March 21, close on November 4.

Grant apps and artist registrations at